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Scorpions Youth Volleyball Club announce the dates of their 2019 Youth Open Beach Volleyball Tournaments
The Scorpions Youth Volleyball Club announce the dates of their 2019 Youth Open Beach Volleyball Tournaments in Grand Bend and Emerald Lake, Ontario.
WireService.ca Press Release (02/28/2019) Cambridge, ON - The Scorpions Youth Volleyball Club are pleased to provide the details of their summer Youth Open Beach Volleyball Tournaments that are available to the public. The Scorpions Volleyball Club is a non profit youth volleyball club, based out of Cambridge Ontario offering reasonably priced youth beach volleyball tournaments 2v2 format.
Scorpions Youth Open Beach Volleyball Tournament Dates
For more information on the tournaments and to register go to our website at http://www.scorpionsbeach.ca/tournaments
The Scorpions Youth Volleyball Club is very proud to announce their 8th youth competitive beach volleyball season.
The Scorpions offer a unique and affordable Competitive Beach Programs for females and males ages born 2007-2001. The heart of the program is giving youth the skills to compete as competitive beach duos at our Scorpions Open Youth Beach Tournaments Competitive Division and other tournaments.
The Technical Director of Our Competitive Beach Program is Fiodar Kazhamiaka. Fiodar is currently a member of Canada's National Beach Team.
Paul Langan, club founder states," There is a lot of excitement building about our beach volleyball program this year. For the first time we will be hosting our own Scorpions Youth Open Beach Volleyball tournaments with Competitive and Recreational Division for the public to enter. Having Canadian Beach Volleyball team member Fiodar Kazhamiaka oversee our program will ensure our coaches give the athletes excellent training."
Here are some salient points about the Scorpions Youth Competitive Beach Program:
For more information on the program go to: http://www.scorpionsbeach.ca/competitivebeach
The Scorpions Youth Volleyball Club are proud to announce the return of National Beach Volleyball Team Member Fiodar Kazhamiaka as their Technical Advisor for their Competitive Beach Program.
Fiodar trains and competes internationally as a member of Canada's national beach volleyball team. Fiodar is also completing his PhD at the University of Waterloo. Fiodar seeks to model and develop intelligent algorithms to design and control cyber-physical systems.
Paul Langan, club founder states, " We understand Fiodar's commitment to the National Team and his responsibilities to represent Canada around the world. We are proud of his accomplishments on and off the court. He will bring to the club the latest in training and coaching strategies that can help our beach coaches deliver their training to our beach athletes."
The Scorpions Youth Volleyball club has one of the largest beach programs in Canada. To learn more about their program go to: http://scorpionsbeach.ca
The Scorpions Youth Volleyball Club, Cambridge, Ontario is very proud to announce over the next week the details of their extensive 2019 spring and summer beach program.
The Scorpions beach volleyball program is one of the largest and diverse in Canada for boys and girls ages 8-18.
The Scorpions Giants, Level 1, Level 2 and High School Beach programs are the pillars of the club's beach program.
This year the program has changed the Level 2 (grade 7/8) will learn how to play competitive beach 2v2 volleyball in a group setting. This will give the players the basic skills to allow the duos to enter Scorpions Beach tournaments in the Recreational Division. Our High School Beach program participants will also have that option. Tournaments, locations , pricing and details are on our tournament page.
All programs are at the Beach Volleyball Courts at Shade's Mills Conservation Area. Here are the details of all the programs:
A truly remarkable competitive beach season was capped off with our beach banquet barbecue. The club captured 16 Gold, 32 Silver, 1 Bronze and 1 Provincial Bronze medal.
It was acknowledged at the banquet that Emma Murray-Brezynskie and Laura Fitero and Calinda Kok had break out beach seasons this year.
Most Improved Award
Junior Duo of the Year (3 way tie)
Senior Duo of the Year
Congratulations to all our beach athletes and thanks for a great beach banquet!
Last year the Scorpion's Volleyball Club record for most tournament medals in a season was broken by Alex Heinke and Charlee Akehurst.
This year Alex and Charlee broke their own record! They have won a total of 9 medals, including 6 gold and 3 silver.
Yesterday the duo won their 6th GOLD in 13u premier at Ashbridges Bay in Toronto.
Congratulations girls, well deserved.
Scorpions Invade Ontario!. The Scorpions Youth Competitive Beach Volleyball Program players won 11 medals in 4 different Ontario cities this past weekend.
WIRESERVICE.CA....2018-07-24..... The Scorpions competitive beach duos program in Cambridge Ontario won an impressive 11 medals in 4 different cities playing in beach volleyball tournaments.
The Scorpions Beach Volleyball Program consists of:
On July 21st and 22nd competitive duos played tournaments in Grand Bend, Cobourg, Ashbridge's Bay Toronto and Hamilton. The came away with a club breaking record of 11 medals in those cities. Here are results.
SATURDAY - July 21st, 2018
For more information on the Scorpions club beach programs go to: http://scorpionsbeach.ca or for their indoor program go to http://scorpionsvolleyball.ca .
This is the last week for our Scorpions youth beach volleyball programs ages 7-18 being held at Shade's Mills Conservation Area.
It has been a successful session with two tournaments and 10 weeks of beach volleyball. We have had over 200 youth in the program.
Looking forward to seeing everyone this week at the courts and then in September and October for our Indoor season. Registration is open for our indoor fall and winter programs. Here is the link for more information: http://www.scorpionsvolleyball.ca/indoor-programs.html
Calinda Kok wins 6 medals with 4 different partners in 3 different age groups on beach volleyball tour so far.
Scorpion's Calinda Kok, at the young age of 12, is accomplishing great things on the indoor and beach volleyball courts. As part of the Scorpions 13U girls indoor team she won a provincial Silver medal in Division 1 Tier 2.
Playing competitive beach volleyball for the Scorpions, Calinda won her 6th medal this season of the season. She has played in three different age divisions (12U, 13U and 14U) and won medals with four different partners.
Here is a summary of her accomplishments this summer so far.
Good luck Calinda for the rest of the beach season. For more on the Scorpions Beach program go to: https://scorpionsbeach.ca
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